Bucharest. Why a city-break? After highlighting general stuff  and  a brief history, I am going to say a few words about sightseeing places. Roads in Bucharest Calea Victoriei (Victoriei Avenue) Placed in the center of Bucharest-  from Victoriei Palace, meeting Dambovita river on the other end- it is and it has been the greatest attraction […]


 Bucharest. Why a city-break? Back in time As I previously said, the legend behind Bucharest is a shepherd, named Bucur, here comes the name Bucharest (Bucuresti, locally) . Actually, shepherds are legendary figures in Romanian folklore and local legends. Romanian most representative folkloric  poem is “Little sheep” (“Miorita ” in Romanian), the story of three […]


Bucharest, the little Paris of the East. Why a city-break? Legend and general stuff First I will explain the sub-title” yes, between the Two World Wars, Bucharest was considered the little Bucharest of the east. If you ever have the privilege to up on the Arch of the Triumph in Bucharest, the landscape convinces you […]

Geriatrics treatment

 Geriatrics treatment     The Institute of Gerontology and Geriatrics was founded in 1952 as the first institution of this kind by Decision of the Ministerial Cabinet. In 1974 it became a National Institute and in 1974 it took the name of “Ana Aslan”. From its beginnings the Institute was led by Prof. Acad. Ana […]

Back to Business

Back to Business Conference Package at IBIS   Back to Business Free Welcome  Coffee 25 euro/ person/ day   Rate includes: Conference room rental 1 welcome coffee, 2 coffee breaks Lunch Sound and video system Envelopes and pens Mineral water during conference     For guest taking part to the conference, also there will be […]

Halloween at House of Dracula

Halloween at House of Dracula   Romania  is mostly known as country of Dracula, even if it does not deserve this name. This time, we are proposing a Halloween Party at “House of Dracula ”  4 * hotel placed in Poiana Brasov. The curiosity of this hotel is that it looks like a proper castle, […]

George Enescu Festival in September

George Enescu Festival in September Quality music, important artists, good time  and… Romania. All these represent “George Enescu Festival”. Held the entire month of September , George Enescu Festival  was first time organized in 1958 in memoriam of the great composer and violinist  and took place every three years till 1979. After Revolution the concert […]

Night of Museums in Romania

Night of Museums in Romania 18 May 2013 The European Night of Museums is a successful event inaugurated by the French Ministry of Culture and Communication and already at the 9th edition. This year its official patrons are the Council of Europe, UNESCO and the International Council of Museums (ICOM). The Night of Museums is […]

Day trip to Comana Monastery

Day trip to Comana Monastery Trip to Comana Natural reservation park, see the Neajlov river Delta, the closest delta to the Bucharest, walk through the woods, visit the Comana  Monastery, established by Vlad Tepes (Dracul).   The place where Vlad the Impaler is buried is a controversial subject for everybody, being a “battle” between Snagov […]